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#1 - amuzen (09/14/2013) [-]
This is kind of why when I see anyone do any sort of art work or social media that I don't really like I usually just try to leave it with nothing more negative than something like, "I didn't really like the tone of her voice in such a such scene" or "I didn't really like the use of repetition throughout the song" or even just "It wasn't really my cup of tea" instead of staying stupid **** like "I hope this person for whom I have never met dies in a fire because they are doing things outside of my social demographic" which just kind of seems shallow and mean.
User avatar #2 to #1 - Levyathyn (09/14/2013) [-]
It is shallow and mean, to be honest. I don't respect Justin Bieber's music, for example... but he can actually play instruments and I think he could do really good music. And for the sake of his fans, no matter how ridiculous I find them (and his family and friends) I wouldn't want him to die just because I abhor him.

I may also have spelled his name wrong.
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